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jjmills 9 153 Scotland
8 Sep 2005 9:47AM
Firstly thanks to all those who took the time to review and give feedback on my first attempt at producing a photo web site.

I have now revised the site trying to take onboard all the comments I received.

If you have time please take a look and let me know what you think.

I found comments on one of the forums to a package called JAlbum, I have only one comment on it and that is it is fantastic, I cannot believe it is a freebie!!!

Hope that you find this version more pleasing and worth a visit.

Thanks

John

Here it is...

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jjmills 9 153 Scotland
9 Sep 2005 2:56AM
Hi,

Tried to edit this bit in but I guess since it is a day old the function goes.

Changed the Galleries Index page so that all the folders are on one page.

Again if you have got time feedback would be great.

Thanks

John
Photo4x4 e2
10 470 United Kingdom
10 Sep 2005 9:21AM
John


Quote:Monitoring and analysing your Web site's traffic is important. Serious sites analyse their server logs to glean a wealth of information about who's visiting. There are plenty of fine tools for doing this available free, so there is never any need to rely on such a crude and imprecise measurement as the so-called "hit counter." It's another piece of visual clutter that serves no purpose, and is considered one of the classic signs of a tyro's site.


Take the 'hit' counter off.

Take a look here .

It is getting better and it's easier to navigate. Keep at it.

Keith Hart
ray1 e2
10 541 1 England
10 Sep 2005 1:24PM
I note your pics are generally 3000x2000 jpegs with some 5+mb. You really dont need files that large and you are asking for them to be ripped off.
nickp e2
10 491 Scotland
10 Sep 2005 2:05PM
Actually isn't the image size info just the exif data? Not sure why its there, but the image sizes look fine; they load nice and fast.

You're obviously having a lot of fun with this! I wonder what screen resolution you're working at? With a screen set to 1024x768 which seems to be the standard entry level screen these days, your visitors will be scrolling their screens to see all the portrait oriented images. I try to post images no more than 500 pixels high to avoid this. If you're sure your visitor have fancy big monitors this is of course not a problem.
jjmills 9 153 Scotland
10 Sep 2005 2:18PM
Hi All,

Thanks for taking the time to look and feedback...

I will look at a different counter.

Yes the image size is from the EXIF file and is of the orignal image, didn't know whether to leave it in or not.

My screen is 1024x768 and yes I do have to scroll to get all the image still thinking about that one.

Thanks again,

John
Photo4x4 e2
10 470 United Kingdom
10 Sep 2005 10:45PM
John

Take a look at statcounter.com its free and you get great and useful site traffic stats and you can configure it so that there is no visible 'hit meter' on your webpages.

Keith Hart
jjmills 9 153 Scotland
11 Sep 2005 7:39AM
Thanks Keith,

Have changed the format of my counter so that it doesn't show anything other than a small box graphic.

Looked a your counter and may switch to that on an update.

Thanks again for taking the time.

John
philwig e2
9 817 1
11 Sep 2005 7:55AM
[OT] A bit of study of early photography might help you not make the mistake of thinking it was all "point and shoot". Check Hurley or Adams for example.

It might be worth re-reading the home-page text for grammatical errors too.

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